|Date of birth||14 January 1993|
|Debut||Wellington, New Zealand - 2011|
Hometown: Queanbeyan, NSW
Australian Captain, Lewis Holland is a mainstay of the Australian Sevens program and is one of the leaders of Australian Rugby on and off the field.
A member of the Australian side at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games, Holland was struck down by a hamstring injury that cruelled his participation in the tournament.
Holland played a Captain’s knock in securing the teams spot in the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games with impressive performances at the Oceania Sevens Championship in Suva, Fiji in November 2019.
Holland hails from Queanbeyan just outside Canberra and went to St Edmund’s College where he started playing his Rugby. Passionate about farming and the land, Holland has spent time in the Northern Territory working on stations and recently purchased his own farm in regional Queensland.
Together with his partner, Charlotte Caslick, Holland has worked with regional charities that have work to support farmers and regional communities during rough times.